Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties

Thomas Paggett

Male Bef 1676 - 1728  (> 52 years)


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  • Name Thomas Paggett 
    Born Bef 1676  Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 26 Nov 1728  Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I016142  Tree1
    Last Modified 25 Mar 2020 

    Father Thomas Paggett,   b. Bef 1652,   d. 16 Jul 1677, Calvert County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 25 years) 
    Mother Elizabeth MNU Paggett,   b. Bef 1656,   d. Bef 15 Jun 1678, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 22 years) 
    Family ID F37621  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Sarah Greer,   b. Abt 1680, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 31 Jul 1722, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 42 years) 
    Married Bef 1696  Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Thomas Paggett,   b. Bef 1702, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 31 Jul 1722, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 21 years)
    Last Modified 25 Mar 2020 
    Family ID F09935  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Elizabeth MNU Paggett,   d. Bef 8 Oct 1731, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married Bef 31 Jul 1722  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 25 Mar 2020 
    Family ID F43054  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • could be the s/o Thomas that died 1677
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      Padgett (Paggett), Thomas, planter, Prince George's County, 17th July, 1728; 26th Nov., 1728.
      To wife [Unamed] of estate, real and personal, during life.
      To granddau. Elizabeth, 1/2 of estate, real and personal, at age of 16 or day of marriage, and residue at decease of wife.
      Bigger Head, personalty.
      Exs.: Wife [Unnamed] and Thomas Colman, planter.
      Test: Abraham Wilson, Bigger Head, Joseph West.
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      Thomas Pagett 14.3 PG 87.17.10 Mar 25 1729
      Appraisers: John George, John Hagally.
      Creditors: E. Truman.
      Next of kin: Mary Glaslintow.
      Administratrix/Executrix: Elisabeth Padgett.
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      Thomas Pagett 15.425 PG 59.2.6 Nov 24 1729 Feb 20 1729
      Appraisers: John Adams, James Nailor.
      Creditors: Ann Hikman.
      Next of kin: Mary Glassington, Sarah Knight.
      Administrator/Executor: Thomas Coleman.
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      Thomas Padget 11.183 A PG 59.2.6 20.11.2 Oct 8 1731
      Payments to: Mr. Richard Lee due from Elisabeth Padget, Mr. Randolph Morris, Ann Hickman paid to James Grayham, Jinkin West due from Elisabeth Padget.
      Administrator: Thomas Coleman (of Charles County).
      Unadministered by Elisabeth Padget (relict, executrix, dead).
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      Robert Skinner 38A.101 A CA 24.6.1 Dec 4 1716
      Payments to: Elisabeth Maulden, Thomas Billingsly, Thomas Corn, Thomas Padgett, Elisabeth Huchins.
      Administratrix: Ann Skinner.
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      PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Indenture, 31 May 1696
      From: THOMAS PAGGETT of Calvert County, otherwise called P. G. County, planter, and SARAH his wife.
      To: PHILLIP TETTERSHOLL (TETTERSALL) of P. G. County, planter.
      Price: 3000 lbs. tobacco
      Property: 50 acres, part of a tract near Indian-towns Creek, now called Fransum Creek, in the pos
      session of THOMAS PAGGETT and JOSEPH GREERE, near the land of THOMAS HATTON, gent.
      Signatures: THOMAS PAGGETT and SARAH PAGGETT (mark)
      Wit.: WILLIAM BARTON, JOHN WIGHTE, SARAH BARTON
      Ackn'd: THOMAS PAGGETT and wife SARAH, 31 May 1696 Recorded: 24 November 1696, Vol. A, p. 16
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      PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Indenture, 30 May 1696
      From: THOMAS PAGGETT of Calvert County, otherwise called P. G. County, planter, and SARAH his wife.
      To: JOSEPH GREERE of P. G. County, planter
      Price: (none)
      Property: Western half (152 acres) of an unnamed 400 acre tract near a creek formerly called Indian-town Creek; near land of THOMAS HATTON, gent., Secretary of this Province. This 400 acre tract was originally patented to THOMAS PAGGETT and JOSEPH GREERE, 10 January 1695, and was surveyed 17 August 1653. Signatures: THOMAS PAGGETT and SARAH PAGGETT (mark)
      Wit.: WILLIAM BARTON, JOHN WIGHTE, SARAH BARTON
      Ackn'd: THOMAS PAGGETT and wife SARAH, 30 May 1696. Recorded: 24 March 1696/7, Vol. A, p. 47
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      PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Division, 30 May 1696
      From: JOSEPH GREER of Calvert County, otherwise called P. G. County, planter, and SARAH his wife.
      To: THOMAS PAGGETT of P. G. County, planter
      Price: (none)
      Property: THOMAS PAGGETT was to have the eastern half, and JOSEPH GREER the western half (about 152 acres) of a 400 acre tract granted to them jointly, 10 January 1695; said tract is near a brook formerly called Indiantowne Creeke, now called Transum Creeke, near land of THOMAS HATTON, gent., and Secretary of the Province; "see certificate of survey dated 17 August 1653."
      Signatures: JOSEPH GREER (mark), and SARAH GREER (her mark).
      Wit.: WM. BARTON, JNO. WIGHT, SARAH BARTON Ackn'd: JOSEPH GREER and SARAH his wife, 30 May 1696.
      Recorded: 24 June 1697, Vol. A, p. 58
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      Charles County Land Records, Liber C#2 Page 195
      16 Aug 1710; Recorded at request of Thomas Paggett:
      13 Jun 1710; Indenture from Barbary Mudd of Prince George's Co. to Thomas Paggett of Prince George's County, planter; for 6,000# tobacco; a tract called MUDDS REST bounded by BOARMANS RESERVE; containing 200 acres; /s/ Barbary Maddox; wit. Phillip Hoskins, Thomas Stone; ack. in open court Jun 1710
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      Prince George's Land Records 1717-1726 - Liber I - folio 17 o Deed of Gift, 4 May 1720; enrolled 12 Oct 1720 From: Thomas Padgett Jr;
      To: Thomas Padgett
      "All my goods, chattles, leases, debts, ready money, plate, household stuff'' etc. /s/ Thomas Padgett Jr. (seal)
      Wit: John Adams, James Knight (mark & seal), Sarah Knight (mark and seal)
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      Prince George's Land Records 1717-1726 - Liber I - Folio 24 o Indenture, 6 May 1720
      From: Thomas Padgett, Sr. of Prince George's County
      To: Thomas Padgett, Jr., his son
      A tract of land called Ridgly on Swanson Creek in Prince George's County; bounded by Joseph Greer, late of Prince Georges County, and Tattersall Spring Branch; containing 60 acres /a/ Thomas Padgett (seal)
      Wit: John Davie, Isaac Williams
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      Prince George's Land Records 1717-1726
      folio 339 Indenture, 31 Jul 1722; enrolled 15 Oct 1722
      From: Thomas Paggett, Sr. and Thomas Pagett, Jr., planters of Prince George's County
      To: Levin Covington, Gent. of Prince George's County
      For 50 a moiety of a tract granted Paggett, Sr. and Joseph Greer; patent recorded 10 Jan 1695;
      deed dated 10 May 1696 gave moiety to Paggett, Sr.; should contain 200 acres but does contain 150
      acres
      /s/ Tho. Paggett , Sr. (seal), Thomas Paggett, Jr. (seal)
      Wit: Thomas Gantt, Leonard Hollyday
      Acknowledged by Elizabeth Pagett, wife of Thomas, Sr.
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      Charles County Court Records, June 1738 Court, Liber T#2, Page 462.
      Pursuant to the order of last Nov CC Court, Commission issued to examine witnesses touching the bounds of a tract of land called Mudds Rest, lying in CC, in possession of Will'm Middleton, as follows: To Allen Davies, Jona: Willson, Jona: Davies Jr, and John Anderson of CC, Gent (not being any way related to the Petr, contiguous Proprietor, nor interested in the sd land). The Commissioners are given authority to examine all witnesses touching their knowledge of the bounds of sd tract of land. Signed Nov 17, 1737 - Sam:l Hanson, Clk.
      And now here, Jona: Willson and John Anderson, return to this Court the Commission afd, with the following certificate and depositions: we certify that we took the examination of all such witnesses as came before us, relating to the bounds of the land mentioned in sd Commission. Signed Mar 29, 1738 - Jona: Willson, John Anderson.

      CC. Mar 29, 1738. The deposition of Thomas Hays, age about 50, who says that about 40 years ago, Mr. Thos: Mudd told this deponent that in the branch where he now stands, stood a bounded poplar tree, but that this deponent never saw the tree, and that about 14 years ago, Thomas Padget showed this deponent a poplar tree by which he now stands and told him that it was a bounded tree of Thomas Mudd's land, and that the sd Thos: Padgett claimed the sd poplar for a bounded tree of the land the sd Padgett bought of Barbara Mudd. Signed - Thomas (X his mark) Hays.

      Mar 29, 1738. The deposition of Bowling Speake, aged about 64, who says that about 30 years ago, this deponent was riding over the Fording Place, in the branch in which he now stands, with John Burroughs, and that the sd Burroughs told this deponent that a little way up the branch stood a bounded poplar tree of Mudds Land, but that the sd Burroughs never showed this deponent the tree.

      Mar 29, 1738. The deposition of John Thomas, age about 54, who says that about 18 years ago, Thomas Padgett showed this deponent a bounded poplar tree by which he now stands and told him that it was a bounded tree of the land that the sd Padgett bought of Barbara Mudd, and that sd Padgett ran from sd bounded poplar and laid out the sd land on the north side of sd poplar.
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      Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1767-1769; Liber BB 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 372. At the request of John Perrie the following Deed was recorded March 29, 1769
      Indenture made February 22, 1769; Levin Covington, Gentleman in consideration of 155 pounds 5 shillings currency paid by John Perrie, Gentleman of Swansons Neck has sold part of a tract containing 159 acres of land and marsh, 4 acres which are included in an elder survey originally granted unto Thomas Hatton, Esq. and now the property of the said John Perrie which being deducted from the aforesaid quantity there remains 155 acres of land and marsh lying on the north side of Swansons Creek (formerly called Indian Town Creek, alias Fransum Creek) part of a tract originally on January 10, 1695 granted by patent (on the escheat) to Thomas Paggett and Joseph Greer for 400 acres and the part of the said tract aforementioned hereby intended to be conveyed being the moiety of the said tract that became the right of Thomas Paggett one of the patentees which by a deed of partition May 20th 1696 and the said Thomas Paggett with his son Thomas Paggett by their deed of conveyance duly acknowledged and recorded bearing date July 31, 1722 did convey unto Levin Covington, grandfather to the aforementioned Levin Covington but for as much as the courses of the last mentioned deed does not belong to the said tract as appears by a survey lately made which said part was corrected. (Metes and bounds follow). Signed Levin Covington in the presence of and acknowledged before John Harrison, Thomas Trueman and at the same time Susannah Covington wife of Levin Covington relinquished her right of dower
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      Prince George's County, Maryland - Land Owners at Time PGCo Was Formed - 1696: Tract Name: BEALE; Owner: Paggett, Thomas: Orig County = V {Charles = C, Calvert = V}; Patent Date: Feb 5, 1668 : Ref: Liber 12 f 236 : Map Location: W-22
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      Prince George's County, Maryland - Land Owners at Time PGCo Was Formed - 1696: Tract Name: NO NAME; Owner: Paggett, Thomas: Orig County = V {Charles = C, Calvert = V}; Patent Date: Jan 10, 1695: Ref: Liber B#23 f 357: Map Location: X-22


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      Early Landowners - Calvert Co Md - Hall (green should be greer in this record)
      Paggett, Thomas and Green, Joseph
      The Indian Town 1/10/1695 400a's. B23i/357 SR7365
      Location: Calvert County next adjoining Swanson Creek and the land of Thomas Hatton and Richard Brightwell's tract of land called Thatum beginning at a marked Oak.
      Note: From a note in the margin of the patent document. Originally patented by George Read. Pagett and Green "made it appear" that their ancestors had purchased the tract before Read's death before they (actually) purchased it. Because Reed died without heirs, the tract escheated to the Lord Proprietor. Pagett and Green then paid a sum of six thousand pounds of tobacco and the tract was granted to them.
      === John Bigger had the other part of Beale
      Early Landowners - Calvert Co Md - Hall
      Pagett, Thomas
      Beale 11/23/1669 200a's. L12/236 SR7354
      Location: West side of The Patuxent River above Frodsham Creek beginning at a bound White Oak of Robert Dove's tract of land called Dove's Nest. Also adjoins Nathanial Truman's tract called Truman's Place.
      Note 1: This is a certification. The tract was patented by John Bigger on 3/10/1670.
      Note 2: This tract is located in present day Prince George's County.
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      Early Landowners - Calvert Co Md - Hall
      Truman, Nathaniell/Nathan, Gent
      Truman's Place 12/6/1665 1,000a's. L9/78 SR7351
      Location: West side of The Patuxent River among the branches of Frodsham Creek beginning at a point in the forke betwixt the North Main Branch and Thomas Paggett's tract of land called Beale. Also adjoins Cabbin Branch of the s'd creek. Note: This tract is located in present day Prince George's County.
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      Early Landowners - Calvert Co Md - Hall
      Make Haste 9/4/1663 100a's. L5/465 SR7347
      Location: Southwest side of The Patuxent River on the north side of Stanley's Creek beginning at a marked Oak of a tract granted to George Read but now in the possession of Michael Cranley and Thomas Pagett.
      Other persons mentioned: John James, assignor of land rights due him for transporting himself and son Charles Jones into our Province here to inhabit in 1661, as appears on record.
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      Early Landowners - Calvert Co Md - Hall
      Letchworth's Chance 8/31/1663 1,100a's. L5/431 SR7347
      Location: On the west side of the Chesapeake Bay next adjoining a tract called Truman's Choice near the clifts in the branches of Plumpoint Creek beginning at a marked Oak of the land of Henry Robinson called Robinson's Rest about one mile from the bayside.
      Other persons mentioned: Thomas Pagett, Robert Coberthwait, Richard Handby, assignors of land rights for a combined total of 650 acres. Four hundred acres more due Letchworth for transporting Edward Thurticle,
      Elizabeth Lee, Elizabeth Wellbury, William Watson, Oliver Gerry, Michael Towney, John Towney (all in1659), and John Brook and Raphael Pophain (1661), into this Province here to inhabit as appears onrecord.

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